was sent out from paris and did a lot of mapping of the terrain and was part of the discovery of peking man, in fact. so, here is a christian deeply committed in his own paradigm but spent all that time in china and asia absorbing in a sense that the imperative of finding oneness and he found it in a powerful way. >> and so true that you get that feeling of oneness instinctively from being in that world view. yes janet, then we go to the roll in here. >> i wanted to go back to the relationship idea for just a moment - maybe the reason that doctrines define the male relationships is that the relationship of the female with offspring when everybody has got a mother is just a biologically programmed thing. those two beings share body cells together and it seems that this doesn't even need words to describe that definition of that relationship with ones mother. and so it maybe the male relationships need more definition because they don't start out with that level of oneness. >> well, that's exactly the somewhat apologetic explanation i came across. that it's so biologically with a mother that'